need help with rtems
Fernando RUIZ CASAS
correo at fernando-ruiz.com
Thu Jun 13 20:22:40 UTC 2002
What is that you need really?
Do you want to install rtems like linux or w98 in a hard disk?
You can only install a GRUB loader and load an image RTEMS from a pc386 BSP
but with a small application included to run it.
And you can load Linux and W98 from GRUB loader too.
rtems is only a runtime system to give realtime performances and multitask
for a lot of variety of CPUs and Boards (BSPs).
If you have a project and a board this is your solution.
If you search a OS like linux this is not exactly your solution.
If this first step is clear for you all the information is included in the
OAR web pages.(And ftp)
Almost that was my source of information.
I can work in Cygwin and W2K for a sh1 BSP and pc686 Bsp.
Fernando RUIZ CASAS
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> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Seamus Hegarty [mailto:jovial_man at yahoo.com]
> Enviado el: jueves, 13 de junio de 2002 12:14
> Para: rtems-users at oarcorp.com
> Asunto: need help with rtems
> hello everybody,
> i've configured and made rtems 4.5.0 under CygWin on
> Windows 2000. But couldn't find any instructions as to
> what to do afterwards ??
> My understanding of OS was: it installs on a partition
> of hard-disk, configures the boot sector, and then
> when you reboot computer it starts in that OS.
> But this installation was like a package installation
> on unix. How does rtems work ? on it's own ? or
> jointly with a unix environment ??
> do I still need to do something with the bsp made for
> me (I've got loads of stuff in my build directory).
> i'd be thankful if someone gives me some simple
> answers and instructions to get me going. (i had no
> luck with the documentation, search on internet or
> archive of maling lists)
> Thanks again for any reply,
> Seamus H.
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